The Daily Numbers for Tuesday, Dec. 13

The Daily Numbers: 4 terms in the U.S. House for Republican Pat Meehan. Speculation is mounting that he may challenge Democratic U.S. Sen. Robert Casey.

219,314 votes for Meehan in his re-election win over Democrat Mary Ellen Balchunis, who picked up 147,808 votes in the 7th District race.

0 tax hike in Chester Township.

9 mills tax rate will remain unchanged.

21, age of woman wanted in Upper Darby for threatening her mother and grandmother with a gun.

1 person killed when a homeowner in Chester put down a suspected home invader.

485 dollars that rolled into the Daily Times Merry Christmas Fund yesterday.

3 weeks, how long a 20-year-old man has been missing in East Lansdowne.

2 new leaders who will sit atop the Rose Tree Media School Board.

150 stores planned by German supermarket giant Lidl, including one in Ridley.

3.8 percent hike in bills for Comcast customers

10 years in jail for former U.S. Congressman Chaka Fattah from Philly.

2,970,733 votes in Pa. for Donald Trump, according to the certified results.

2,926,441 for Hillary Clinton

146,715 for Gary Johnson.

49,941 for Jill Stein.

7 Eagles who joined the injured list in game against Redskins.

3 will miss the rest of the season.

162 consecutive games played by long snapper Jon Dorenbos. That’s just 1 short of team record, which he now will not break, thanks to a broken wrist. Instead he will share the record with wide receiver Harold Carmichael.

Call me a Phanatic: A look at the ups and downs of being a Philadelphia sports fan.

The talk now is centering on whether the Eagles should sit Carson Wentz. Yep, they’re out of it.

I Don’t Get It: 3,500 hours of overtime in one year. I don’t get it.

Today’s Upper: Kudos to Ethan Doyle. The Garnet Valley youth visited Santa and instead of asking for gifts for himself instead said he wanted help for a local family who lost everything in a fire. Nice kid.

Quote Box: “I know Pat’s hearing a lot of enthusiasm about his candidacy.”

- Delco GOP leader Andy Reilly, on possibility Pat Meehan will challenge U.S. Sen. Bob Casey Jr.